5 edition of The Benedictine Way found in the catalog.
The Benedictine Way
March 1, 1987
by Saint Bede"s Publications
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||95|
The Rule of Saint Benedict (Latin: Regula Sancti Benedicti) is a book of precepts written in by Benedict of Nursia (c. AD –) for monks living communally under the authority of an abbot. The spirit of Saint Benedict's Rule is summed up in the motto of the Benedictine Confederation: pax ("peace") and the traditional ora et labora. This book is a compilation of reflections originally published in a booklet series: Notes From a Monastery; The Sacred Way Every Day. They are collected here under the themes of prayer, work, faithfulness and conversion. They highlight the knowledge of religious and lay authors who are experienced in the Benedictine way of life.
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The Benedictine Way. likes. The Benedictine Way is a community of male and female monks and lay people dedicated to a life of prayer, service, and community.5/5. Welcome to The Benedictine Way.
We are a community of all types of Christians (all genders, both monks and lay people) who attempt to follow Jesus The Benedictine Way book a specific way, a Benedictine way, which includes a life of prayer, service to the poor and forgotten, and a.
John McQuiston II is an attorney in Memphis, Tennessee, and author of Always We Begin Again: The Benedictine Way of Living and A Prayer Book for the 21st Century. Product details. Paperback: 96 pages; Publisher: MOREHOUSE PUBLISHING; Revised, Anniversary edition (April 1, ) /5(57).
‘Converted’ means changed, and the Benedictine way is always alive, always alert to change and growth–always looking for new ways the Spirit is seeking to convert the soul. There is a larger dimension to it still: we seek conversion not just of our own individual life, but of Life–meaning the transformation of our entire existence.
author of Always We Begin Again: The Benedictine Way of Living “Benedictine spirituality guides a wide variety of Christians each day. It offers measure and balance to the push and pull of ordinary life. Benedict’s Way is a practical, contemporary guide for all who seek Christ.” —Abbot Leo M.
Ryska, osbCited by: 1. The Way of St Benedict – Stability. Rod Dreher’s book The Benedict Option has brought light to the contribution and possibilities of the Benedictine way of life to a wider The Benedictine Way book, but it is important to understand the foundations of Benedictine spirituality.
It is a way for all Christians–not just for monks and nuns. Participants in the Benedictine Way may find it useful to become affiliated with a monastery in the Benedictine tradition. There are a number of traditions and congregations of Benedictine communities: Benedictine, Camaldolese, Cistercian, Anglican, Olivetan, Cassinese, and others.
Almost all we know about St Benedict comes from St Gregory the Great's Dialogues, where he says that Benedict, vir Dei benedictus, the blessed man of God, 'wrote a Rule for monks that is remarkable for its discretion and its clarity of language' (Dialogues, B ch.
36) Although the original manuscript of the Rule (often referred to by its initials, RB) has been lost, the Codex. 2 Benedictine Essentials for The Journey 3 The Path of Communal Prayer 4 The Path of Spiritual Guidance 5 The Path of Ordinary Spirituality 6 The Path of Lectio Divina 7 The Path of Hospitality Part 2 Christian Formation As a Way of Life Together.
8 How Benedict Is Still Transforming the World Brand: Paraclete Press. This book holds timeless appeal for readers who hunger for a meaningful and creatively balanced framework for life.
It offers a simple blueprint, based on the Rule of St. Benedict, to order ones time and create physical and inner space, to step back from the demands and pressures of the moment, and to step into a place of peace/5.
Benedictine communities, in contrast, have existed for 1, years and have influenced the longevity and success of countless other organizations.
This. This book explains the way the Rule of St. Benedict lays out the path to Christian formation. It is laid out for anyone to understand.
The author explains how the Rule might be used outside of a monastery in a Christian's every day life/5. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: The aspects of the Benedictine way and, in a cheer-ful, personal and easy manner, indicates its value for the the Christian of today.
This innovative guide to Christian formation offers an ancient-yet-contemporary approach to growth in Christ. Providing practical guidance for pastors and lay leaders in the local congregation and help for home groups, house churches, and small groups, Ancient paths will show you the way that has found millions of Christians over the last 1, : Ebook.
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Discipline: a way toward learning and freedom Discipline is a way of focusing energy and attention on what matters. Benedictine life is built around a fundamental discipline of prayer, work and relationships that is set forth in the Rule and that seeks to free a monastic to take delight in God's presence within the self, the community and File Size: 26KB.
The Shady Grove speaker and author of A Homemade Year re-examines her expectations and way of living by "imperfectly practicing" the monastic principles of St. Benedict in her second book, At Home.
Introducing the NEW, EXPANDED The Monastic Way “Mary of Nazareth shows us the sanctifying power of a human being who has become fully human,” Joan Chittister writes. Each month of the Monastic Way focuses on an aspect of Mary’s holy humanity—inner peace, compassionate relationships with others, and strength—illustrated with.
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A Benedictine Reader, –, has been more than twenty years in the making.A collaboration of a dozen scholars, this project gives as broad and deep a sense of the reality of the first one thousand years of Benedictine monasticism as can be done in one volume, using primary sources in English : Cistercian Publications.
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Free shipping for many products!John McQuiston II is an attorney in Memphis, Tennessee, and author of Always We Begin Again: The Benedictine Way of Living and A Prayer Book for the 21st Century. Phyllis Tickle is an authority on religion in America and a much sought after lecturer on the subject.Benedictine, member of any of the confederated congregations of Roman Catholic monks, lay brothers, and nuns who follow the rule of life of St.
Benedict of Nursia. The Benedictines, strictly speaking, do not constitute a single religious order, because each monastery is autonomous.